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Poster: Branko Collin Date: Aug 11, 2004 9:39am
Forum: gutenberg Subject: Re: Audio-Books at Gutenberg

A bunch of people helped read Lessig's Free Culture. I know Raph Levien was one of them, and he also has a couple of other audio books on his homepage at http://raph.levien.com/audiobook/ .

Dissatisfied with the quality of PG's text2speech, I tried to measure the interest of the subscribers to PG's volunteer mailing list for producing human read audio books. Although some people thought it might be a good idea, I don't think anybody ever did anything with that.

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